Metodologías de evaluación de la transparencia: Procedimientos y problemas

Translated title of the contribution: Methodology for transparency evaluation: Procedures and problems

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© 2017, University of La Laguna. All rights reserved. Introduction: The approval of the Transparency Law in Spain in 2013, along with concern about corruption, good governance and accountability has led to a significant increase in studies on transparency of administrations in recent years. Methods: The objective of this article is to expose the different methodological complexities in order to analyse the transparency of the contents published by the public administrations in aspects such as the definition of transparency itself, the object of study, the users or the recipients. Results: A model of analysis of the transparency of the webs of the municipalities is presented: the Infoparticipa project. The methodology we present is based on innovative tools that have established a map of local transparency in Spain. Discussion and conclusions: The Infoparticipa Map has transcended the academic field showing its social utility by allowing the improvement of the information published in the webs.
Translated title of the contributionMethodology for transparency evaluation: Procedures and problems
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)818-831
Number of pages14
JournalRevista Latina de Comunicacion Social
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2017


  • Accountability
  • Methodologies
  • Public communication
  • Transparency
  • Webs


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